yu kwang soo: speaker furniture
yu kwang soo: speaker furniture
jul 01, 2010

yu kwang soo: speaker furniture

‘compound body 1’ of the ‘box project’

‘the box project’ by korean designer yu kwang soo consists of a series of speaker systems integrated into wooden furniture pieces. the designs are made compatible for portable music players such as the ipod touch but also gives users the options of a playing CDs as seen in his cabinet titled ‘compound body 1’.

yu kwang soo: speaker furniture

yu kwang soo: speaker furniture ‘compound body 2’ image © designboom

yu kwang soo: speaker furniture image © designboom

yu kwang soo: speaker furniture detail image © designboom

yu kwang soo: speaker furniture

‘compound body 2’ can be collapsed into a portable strap on speaker system.

yu kwang soo: speaker furniture

in continuation of his series,  the ‘sound writing desk’ is a work table featuring an embedded stereo system. complete with control knobs at the front of the desk, the music player of users can be tucked away in the small pull out drawer.

yu kwang soo: speaker furniture

yu kwang soo’s ‘box project’ was showcased during DMY international design festival berlin 2010.

  • i hope this work is done by a first year student… uuuuuuuuuuuuuuugly…

    Don macaratschi says:
  • I’m afraid i disagree.



    g says:
  • love it…

    carmen says:
  • This is hysterical. What is this?
    An attempt to see how gullible people are?
    You call this design?

    rcvs1 says:
  • fresh & love it!…

    df1 says:
  • excelente diseño!!!!!

    ana coelho says:

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